Fam Pract Manag. 1999 Oct;6(9):10.
To the Editor:
Your Balancing Act department is a great idea. Its message is likely the most important in Family Practice Management. How about taking this section out of hiding and giving it some well-deserved prominence in the front or body of FPM?
We have, in fact, deliberately given it a place of prominence. By placing it always just inside the back cover, we have made it the easiest part of the journal to find.
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